(Otherwise, the constitution required the approval of three-fourths of the municipalities involved whose population would sum up at least the majority of the electoral census of each province, and required the ratification through a referendum with the affirmative vote of the absolute majority of the electoral census of each province—that is, of all registered citizens, not only of those who would vote). "Historical territories" or "chartered territories" (in Spanish: "Autonomic pacts" or "autonomic agreements" (in Spanish: "Autonomic president", "regional president", or simply "president" (in Spanish: "Differential facts", or, "traits" (in Spanish: "Own language (of a community)" or "language proper [to a community]" (in Spanish: "City councils" or "municipal councils" (in Spanish: "Provincial deputations" or "provincial councils" (in Spanish: Mughal, Muhammad Aurang Zeb.  Given the ambiguity in the constitution that did not specify which territories were nationalities and which were regions, other territories, besides the implicit three "historical nationalities", have also chosen to identify themselves as nationalities, in accordance with their historical regional identity, such as Andalusia, Aragon, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, and the Valencian Community. These communities would assume limited competences during a provisional period of 5 years, after which they could assume further competences, upon negotiation with the central government. LiquidaciÃ³n definitiva 2009", Information about Spain's Autonomous Communities from rulers.org, Relations between tiersÂ â CityMayors feature, oblast / oblast' / oblasti / oblys / obwÃ³d / voblast', List of administrative divisions by country, Table of administrative divisions by country, Public Safety (Civil protection, Firearms, gambling), Civil & Administrative Law (Justice, Registries, Judicial Appointments), Environment (Nature, Contamination, Rivers, Weather), Advertising, Regional Markets and regional controlled origin designations, Financial (Regional Cooperative Banks, & Financial Markets), Regional Development (Coast, Housing Rural Services), Local Transport & Communications (Road Transport, Maritime Rescue), Culture (libraries, museums, Film industry, Arts, & Crafts...), Culture (Language Promotion, R & D Projects), Education (Primary, secondary, University, Professional & Language), Cultural, Welfare, & Education Associations Regulation, International Relations (Culture & language, Cross Border relations), Devolved Spending asÂ % of total public spending, 36% (Average for all autonomous communities), ÐÐµÐ»Ð°ÑÑÑÐºÐ°Ñ (ÑÐ°ÑÐ°ÑÐºÐµÐ²ÑÑÐ°)â, Srpskohrvatski / ÑÑÐ¿ÑÐºÐ¾Ñ ÑÐ²Ð°ÑÑÐºÐ¸. For other uses, see, âª Spain Is Not A Federation: Autonomous Communities of Spain Explained, âª Spain/Spain Geography/Country of Spain, âª Catalonia Independence Referendum Explained, The Spanish Parliament, Congress of Deputies, Pro-Catalan independence (left) and pro-Spanish demonstrations in, Bilingual signs, showing the names of the city known as, Articles related to the autonomous regions of Spain. Yet, in general, the results of the referendum had been clear and unequivocal.  The structure of the autonomous communities is determined both by the devolution allowed by the constitution and the competences assumed in their respective Statutes of Autonomy.